Last modified on 21 August 2014, at 01:46

EnglishEdit

NounEdit

skil (plural skils)

  1. Obsolete spelling of skill.

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EtymologyEdit

From Old Norse skil, derived from the same root *skel- as skilja (to separate, to understand), but without a -j- suffix.

NounEdit

skil n pl

  1. boundary, division
  2. understanding, knowledge
  3. due and proper treatment, that which duty requires
  4. delivery, handing in of something due, e.g. of an assignment, paper, etc., but also payment, e.g. of rent
  5. (weaving) the space between threads through which one weaves
  6. (meteorology) front (transition zone between airmasses)
  7. message

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VerbEdit

skil

  1. skil (I understand), the present active indicative first person singular of skilja (to understand)
    Ég skil ekki.
    I don't understand.
  2. skil (understand!), the shortened active imperative of skilja (to understand)

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NounEdit

skil (plural skils)

  1. skill

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